As we get closer to this year’s robust-looking Frankfurt, rights news is here from France, Finland, Spain, Brazil, and Norway.
Norway’s weekend shooting raises the stakes for the World Expression Forum as an arena for constructive disagreement and debate.
News from publishers and agents today comes from England, Norway, Italy, Germany, and Finland–where Max Seeck rules in rights sales.
The publishing house, Lwin Oo Sarpay, was shuttered by Myanmar’s junta reportedly for distributing a book on the Rohingya genocide.
Formulating Readmagine in Madrid, the Fundación Germán Sánchez Ruipérez’s Luis González is impressed with what ‘outsiders’ may offer.
One of WEXFO’s most compelling presentations in Lillehammer came from a Ukrainian human-rights attorney, Oleksandra Matviichuk.
At Lillehammer’s World Expression Forum, the International Publishers Association names its Prix Voltaire shortlist.
‘We’ve basically handed over our core communication and information infrastructures to a handful of oligarchs,’ says Victor Pickard.
The inaugural outing of the World Expression Forum will include a visit to Utøya and new research into young people and democracy.
Norway’s Beat Technology’s latest major subscription service is a platform designed to ‘Whisper’ the work of Dutch publishers.